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FOGO in Mosman Park

All your FOGO questions answered here

Wellington Street night works from 26 April-3 May

Major impact to people who use or live along Wellington Street including no street parking during works. Click here for more

Underground Power Project update

What's the latest and next steps

Grants and funding

Community Partnership Program

The Town of Mosman Park recognises the valuable contribution that individuals and not-for-profit organisations play in maintaining an active, vibrant and diverse community.

Funding is made available through the Community Partnership Program (CPP) to improve the capacity and long term viability of those groups and to facilitate the development of new initiatives that will provide long term benefit to the Mosman Park community.

Who can apply Eligible applicants include individuals and not-for-profit organisation that are based in Mosman Park and /or provide a direct service to residents of the Town of Mosman Park. Funding will not be available for retrospective projects.
Funding Individuals may apply for a maximum of $500, there is no maximum set for not-for-profit organisations
Closing date 4pm on Friday 9 February 2024.
Documents Application Form download here..


Assessment Criteria Weighting
New, innovative ideas or opportunities that support the well-being of the Mosman Park community 20%
Aligns to the Town’s Strategic Community Plan – Connecting, Sustaining, Thriving 20%
Have potential for long term benefit to the Mosman Park Community 40%
Request 50% or less of the total project cost 20%


KidSport enables eligible Western Australian children aged 5 to 18 years to participate in community sport by offering them financial assistance of up to $300 per financial year towards club fees.

More information can be found on the KidSport website here.


Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund (CSRFF)

The Department of Local Government, Sport & Cultural Industries’ Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund (CSRFF) aims to increase participation in sport and recreation with an emphasis on physical activity, through rational development of good quality, well-designed and well-utilised facilities.

Further information about the CSRFF is available at Department of Local Government, Sport & Cultural Industries website.

Applicants must discuss their intentions with the Town prior to a submission being made. To avoid disappointment it is highly recommended that groups plan well in advance for any facility developments. Groups should advise Council in writing two to three years prior to their official application so that the allocation of funds can be planned. Please contact the Community Development Team to discuss potential projects on 9383 6600 or email